I love the fact that so much thought was put into my gifts...I got some wool and some bamboo needles, books of knitting and jewellery, little bits to make jewellery, a cute little ladybird mirror and some Haribo, Kinder Eggs and Chocolate Buttons...omnomnomnom they'll go down nicely!
I've never really been a big fan of John Frieda after using their Frizz Ease Serum and finding it made my hair lank and greasy. But after scouring the shelves of Boots I thought I'd give them another try.
It is supposed to 'Silken & Protect', call me sceptical but I always find this a bit of a claim! The product itself is rather watery and runny nothing like the thick Frizz Ease Serum. The bottle says to apply to wet hair and basically use sparingly. My hair is shoulder length and I use two pumps of this and find it doesn't make my hair greasy, but then again I swear my hair just sucks up moisture! I'm also a bit of a rebel and use it on dry hair ;o
Since using this I've noticed my hair is less brittle and dry looking and it also helps to control the frizz and any split ends. Out of 10 I give this product a rather good 8/10 :) I'm defiantly going to be purchasing it again!
Now I've been using this every time I wash my hair and have noticed a massive difference! I only wash my hair about 2-3 times a week (such a minga, I know :p) so can get away with it this often. But you could easily get away with using it just once a week for a moisturising boost.
It's described as 'intense repairing formula, with lightweight Inca Inchi Oil (?!), penetrates deep and repairs the look and feel of over styled hair, reducing the risk of breakage'. Whatever Inca Inchi Oil is it must be good stuff!
The product itself is quite a thin consistency, not thick and heavy like most conditioning treatments. My only criticism is the smell, it really reminds me of old ladies perfume...luckily it doesn't linger on your hair! I give this 6/10, I have used other deep conditioner which I do prefer like Lee Stafford one's but I am impressed at how different my hair feels just after a few uses and would recommend it :)